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APPENDIX B                                   155

York-Antwerp Rules, 1950                  York-Antwerp Rules, 2924

bottom to be allowed, if the bottom
has not been painted within six
months previous to the date of the
accident.

A.—UP TO I YEAR OLD.

All repairs to be allowed in full,
except scaling and cleaning and
painting cr coating of bottom,
from which one-third is to be
deducted.

B.—BETWEEN i AND 3 YEARS OLD.

Deduction off scaling, cleaning
and painting bottom as above under
Clause A.

One-third to be deducted off
sails, rigging, ropes, sheets and
hawsers (other than- wire and
chain), awnings, covers, provisions
and stores and painting.

One-sixth to be deducted off
woodwork of hull, including hold
ceiling, wooden masts, spars and
boats, furniture, upholstery, crock-
ery, metal- and glass-ware, wire
rigging, wire ropes and wire
hawsers, gyro compass equipment,
wireless, direction finding, echo
sounding and similar apparatus,
p.hafn cables and chains, insulation,
auxiliary machinery, steering gear
and connections, winches and
cranes and connections and elec-
trical machinery and connections
other than electrical propelling
machinery; other repairs to be
allowed in full.

Metal sheathing for wooden or
composite ships shall be dealt with
by allowing in full the cost of a
weight equal to the gross weight of
metal sheathing stripped off, minus
the proceeds of the old metaL Nails,
felt and labour metalling are sub-
ject to a deduction of one-third.

C.—BETWEEN 3 AND 6 YEARS.

Deductions as above under
Clause B, except that one-third be
deducted off wood work of hull
including hold ceiling, wooden
masts, spars and boats, furniture,
upholstery, and one-sixth be deduc-
ted of? iron work of masts and spars
and all machinery (inclusive of
boilers and their mountings).

D.—BETWEEN 6 AND 10 YEARS
Deductions    as    above    under
Clause C, except that one-third be
deducted   o2   all   rigging,   ropes,

Up to 1 year old (A):

All repairs to be allowed in roll,
except painting or coating of
bottom, from which one-third is
to be deducted.

Between 1 and 3 years (B):

One-third to be deducted off
repairs to and renewals of wood-
work of hull, masts and spars,
furniture, upholstery, crockery,
metal and glassware, also sails*
rigging, ropes, sheets and hawsers
(other than wire and chain),
awnings, covers and painting.

One-sixth to be deducted off
wire rigging, wire ropes and wire
hawsers, wireless apparatus, chain
cables and chains, insulation,
donkey engines, steam steering
gear and connections, steam
winches and connections, steam
cranes and connections and elec-
trical machinery; other repairs in
fuU.

Between 3 and 6 years (C):

Deductions as above under
Clause B, except that one-third
be deducted oS insulation, ^ and
one-sixth be deducted of! Iron-
work of masts and spars, and all
machinery (inclusive of boilers
and their mountings).

Between6anS 10 years (B):

Deductions as abcwne under
Clause C, except that one-third
be deducted off ironwork of masts